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Bank of America supports Habitat Charlotte through Apparo volunteer engagement

This content is brought to you in partnership with Apparo.

Charlotte-based nonprofit, Apparo, facilitates corporate volunteer initiatives that help nonprofits improve their business processes and use of technology. Watch this video to learn more about how Bank of America works with Apparo to deliver powerful support to Habitat Charlotte. More than 100 companies partner with Apparo each year as volunteers and sponsors.

Interested in networking with technology leaders, providing skilled volunteer opportunities to your staff, building your brand visibility, making a positive impact on life in our community… or all of the above?

Learn more at or reach out directly to Sarah Gregory to get the conversation started.

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